If your computer crashes (and freezes), or it shuts down by itself and the only way to turn it back on is to unplug it and plug it into the power cord, disassembling and reassembling your computer should help you.
If you are comfortable with disassembling your computer, shut it down, unplug it from the power cord, disconnect the monitor, keyboard, mouse and every other hardware peripheral and open the computer case.
Remove and reconnect every internal cable (SATA, IDE). Remove and reconnect all the cards inside your computer (VGA, Wireless and etc.), including the computer’s memory sticks (RAM). Double-check if you have reconnected everything before you turn on your computer. Connect all the hardware peripherals (the monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers) and turn your computer on.
If you aren't sure how to disassemble a computer, read one of the instructions below:
Note: The hardware components are sensitive pieces of technology and you need to be very careful how you remove and reinsert them.
When your computer crashes and you see the following stop code: STOP 0x00000024 (NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM) the NTFS file system driver encountered a situation it could not handle, and this almost always happens due to one of these 3 things:
Reseat the RAM memory to eliminate data corruption issues caused by poorly or improperly seated hardware and run a full file-system check from CMD (type chkdsk /f /r) to detect and (possibly) fix any corrupted data.
If you aren't sure how, read one of these articles: for laptops or for desktop computers.
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